Zlatan Ibrahimovic has questioned whether Erik ten Hag has adapted properly to life at Manchester United after taking over at the club a little over a year ago.
Ten Hag replaced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in charge of the Red Devils at the start of last season and endured a difficult start before winning the Carabao Cup and finishing third in the league table.
But this year has difficult so far both on and off the field, with the club enduring their worst ever start to a Premier League season on it, suffering four defeats in their first seven matches in the league.
They also lost their opening Champions League match and sit 10th in the league table following a 1-0 home defeat to Crystal Palace at the weekend.
Ibrahimovic, who played for both United and Ten Hag's former side Ajax, queried whether the Dutchman has noticed the difference between the two clubs since his move while speaking on Piers Morgan Uncensored
'Coming from Ajax to United as he did is a big difference. I have been in both clubs,' he began. 'You have a different kind of discipline.
'Ajax is a talented club. They have the best talents in the club. They don't have big stars. What is the experience of this coach? Young talents, he comes to United, it is a different mentality.
'The players there are supposed to be big stars. I don't think you give the same treatment.
'How much time do you give a coach? It depends on the owners, what they want, but if you listen to the fans, you don't have a lot of time because they want to win, and I understand them because they are used to winning and they want to still win.'
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